Tom Bristow

More than 130 ex-NHS staff are coming back to help the region’s mental health trust through the coronavirus crisis.

The region’s ambulance service has warned it is facing a shortage of hand gel as the health secretary admitted there had been “challenges” supplying the NHS.

Paramedics are treating patients without being told they have coronavirus symptoms, a union has claimed.

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Almost 1,400 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, but the government admits the real figure is much higher.

I have been writing about problems at our mental health service for this newspaper since 2012.

A high-end estate agent has stopped marketing a luxury mansion after being alerted by this newspaper to a freezing order.

The directors of a holiday park, which collapsed owing £25m, have been attempting to sell their £2.2m mansion despite a court order freezing their assets, we can reveal.

A court has frozen the assets of the family behind a bust holiday park, after they tried to market their mansion, it has emerged.

Customers who lost millions of pounds investing in holiday lodges are now being targeted by scammers.

The region’s ambulance service has restricted access to its buildings because of coronavirus.

A financial adviser is due to appear in court on Friday accused of defrauding clients and his employer of £300,000.

The chairman of the union representing the region’s ambulance workers has quit with an attack at his own union.

A paedophile headmaster left his estate to a Catholic priest and an ex-council leader, we can reveal today, in the hope he could quash his conviction after his death.

Greater Anglia has revealed its secret ingredient to tackle the host of problems on its network this week - citrus oil.

The litany of problems with Greater Anglia’s new trains that are causing misery for passengers can today be revealed.

A financial advisor will appear in court charged with fraud after thousands of pounds went missing from the company he worked for.

The region’s ambulance service will be looking for a new HR chief after confirming its current boss will depart this week.

The region’s ambulance service will be looking for a new HR chief after confirming its current boss will depart this week.

A whistleblower warned in October that a toxic culture at the region’s ambulance service was leading to an increased risk of suicides.

Police are investigating a fraud allegation at a financial advice firm.

A workman has left a customer with no garden after digging it up and disappearing with her £7,000.

A holiday park firm which customers paid millions of pounds to for lodges which were never built was promoted by a top property presenter as a “great opportunity”.

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